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Henry Franklin Chew, Civil War veteran, New Jersey
Posted by: Ron Coddington (ID *****9835) Date: May 30, 2008 at 04:17:21
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Searching for letters, journals, and other personal and public documents referencing the life and military service of Henry Franklin Chew (1837-1918), who served in the Fourth, Ninth and Twelfth New Jersey Infantries. Wounded in the Battle of the Wilderness, he ended the war as a lieutenant colonel. The son of a Salem County wheelwright, Chew became a dentist in Camden after the war. His wife, Marietta, bore him two daughters, Helen and Mary. Any and all information appreciated.

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